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Topic: Useful Egg Replacer Tip and Yummy Coffee Cake!  (Read 1400 times)
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« Reply #10 on: July 22, 2005 10:10:17 AM »

Egg replacer is just a bunch of tapioca starch baking soda and baking powder. You can make your own version quite easily. I just make sure I put a teaspoon of baking powder, a couple BIG teaspoons of some starch (arrowroot, cornstarch...) and some baking soda. I try not to use egg replacer because I have a more whole foods diet and its super processed but Nother solution is flax seeds. Take a couple tablespoons of flax seed with a teaspoon or two of water and put in blender. Grind them until frothy. = 1 egg. Other tips: when using cakes with fruit, no worries about egg replacers just put a couple heaping tablespoons of baking powder, the fruit is the binder. You'd be surprised out how unneccessary eggs are in most baking (not angel food cake though!). I was a vegan baker for years and people were always shocked at how simple my cake recipes were.
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